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Mango blooming but not producin

Mango Kent, 4 y old bloomed when we purchased it and no fruits, bloomed since 3 times and every time blooms slowly die off but no fruits, I was trying to download some pictures but didn\\\’t work

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#1 Comment By Downtoearthdigs On 01/14/2018 @ 10:34 am

When mango flowers fall off without producing fruit, it is often a result of disease or of the other problems discussed in this article:

Mangos are self-fertile, so a second mango tree is not needed for pollination. However, the presence of pollinators is important for fruit production. Mangos are pollinated by flies and to a lesser extent by wild bees, other insects, and the wind.

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